Category Archives: Flowers

early spring . . .

  Rick Daddario’s September 22 “30 Days of Haiga”  prompt is “autumn/spring beginnings.” I chose “spring,” because I already had this haiga I made from a shot of my beautiful tree peony.  It’s the earliest flowering shrub in my garden, and, although … Continue reading

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Flower ku . . .

white iris . . . the redbud’s dark leaves ringed in moonlight plum blossoms . . . she recalls what it’s like to love again Notes from the Gean, vol. 4, no. 1, June 2012

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Flower Children . . .

  We trickle in before noon dressed in tie-dye and paisley.  Vests fringed with suede ribbons that sway in the breeze.  Crazy quilt jeans that accentuate the curve of hip, buttocks, thigh.  There are polka dots, feathers, headbands and beads.  … Continue reading

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